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From Matt Hogstrom <m...@hogstrom.org>
Subject Re: Proposing an "SSB to JDBC" mode for Daytrader
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 01:56:38 GMT
I think this makes a lot of sense Chris.  I assume your adding a third runtime mode as opposed
to 
removing the ejb mode?

I'd like to start thinking about how to rearchitect DT ro be more relevant.  I'd like to include
a 
Spring mode as well as update the EJBs to EJB 3.0.

Any other thoughts out there?

Christopher Blythe wrote:
> The EJB and Direct modes in Daytrader provide a good measure of how a pure
> EJB (Session/CMP Entity) application stacks up against a pure JDBC based
> app. However, one of the things I have felt Trade/Daytrader has always
> lacked is a middle ground. In my experience, I have neither seen nor heard
> of a large number of customers out there in the market using the full EJB
> programming model (Session and Entity beans). I think a more common 
> customer
> usage scenario is the stateless session bean to JDBC model where the direct
> JDBC calls are wrapped/managed by the SSB.
> 
> I have already taken a quick stab at an implementation since all it really
> requires is a merging of the TradeDirect and TradeBean code. I have most of
> the operations working on a single client, but haven't performed any load
> testing yet.
> 
> Anyway, I wanted to submit the idea to group and see if there were any
> comments.
> 

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